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Cram, Paul North America File
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Correspondence, media releases, and reports from Paul Cram, Artistic Director

File contains records from the 1994-1995 season from Paul Cram, one of the Artistic Directors of the Upstream Music Association. The file includes copies of newspaper clippings with reviews of Upstream concerts; Sandy Moore's Curriculum Vitae; and Paul Cram's signed contract, on behalf of the Upstream Ensemble, for the Atlantic Federation of Musicians.

Cram, Paul

Convoy HFX : [score]

File contains two copies of Paul Cram's composition in 12 sections, which combines common music notation and graphic notation. The composition's commission was funded by a SOCAN grant. The piece is for 10-20 performers on flute, oboe, clarinet, bassoon, saxophone, trumpet, percussion, guitar, accordion, tape, violin, viola, violoncello, and double bass.

Cram, Paul

Kafka's chair : row material

File contains the manuscript and four annotated copies of the tone row for "Kafka's Chair" by Paul Cram in prime, retrograde, inversion, retrograde inversion, and transposed forms. The manuscript also includes the "Entree" from Cram's "B-flat Restaurant" at concert pitch.

Cram, Paul

Kickers : [score]

File contains two annotated copies of Paul Cram's composition, "Kickers," in five parts. Each of the five parts is a short phrase. The composition was funded by SOCAN.

Cram, Paul

Silent movies : [score]

File contains nine annotated copies of "Silent Movies," a composition by Paul Cram in two parts written at concert pitch. The reverse side of one of the copies includes a set list for "Talk Show," which was part of the 1997 Open Waters Festival.

Cram, Paul

Strong and free : [score]

File contains two annotated copies of "Strong and Free," a composition by Paul Cram written at concert pitch, which improvises on motives from "O Canada."

Cram, Paul

Transfigured night : [parts]

File contains the instrumental parts for Paul Cram's compilation of arrangements entitled "Transfigured Night." The piece includes four arrangements: "Wie Lange Noch?" by Kurt Weill for soprano, accordion, and contrabass; String Quartet Op. 28, 2nd movement by Anton Webern for string quartet; "All the Things you Are" by Jerome Kern and Oscar Hammerstein II for trumpet, alto saxophone, bass clarinet, and baritone saxophone; and a fugue by Johann Sebastian Bach for flute, oboe, clarinet, and bassoon. The piece also includes two newly-composed sections for guitar, bass, and drums, and piano and cello duet.

Cram, Paul